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by S Mudd

Infectious Agents and Host Reactions download ebook
ISBN:
0721665756
ISBN13:
978-0721665757
Author:
S Mudd
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W.B.Saunders; First Edition edition (1970)
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626 pages
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This book collects into one volume a great deal of information on the interrelationships of microorganisms and hosts that hitherto was scattered through the . Items related to Infectious Agents and Host Reactions.

This book collects into one volume a great deal of information on the interrelationships of microorganisms and hosts that hitherto was scattered through the periodical literature. It is a curious book in some ways. There is no apparent systematic approach to the subject, and it is not comprehensive. Infectious Agents and Host Reactions. Published by Saunders, Philadelphia, PA, 1970. Condition: very good Hardcover.

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by Mudd, Stuart, Published by : . Year: 1970 Item type: BOOK. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Saunders Company, (Philadelphia :) Physical details: xiv, 626 p. : illus. 26 cm. Subject(s): Immunology. Communicable Diseases. Immunosuppressive Agents. Holdings ( 1 ). Title notes.

The reaction of a host to infectious stimuli can differ and manifest in various ways. This includes common host reactions such as acute purulent inflammation, granulomatous inflammation, viral inclusions, reactive atypia, and necrosis. Less common host reactions may also occur such as those encountered in immunocompromised hosts and atypical responses to microorganisms like inflammatory pseudotumor formation, xanthogranulomatous inflammation, malakoplakia, emperipolesis, ciliocytophthoria, and crystal formation.

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His books included Blood Substitutes and Blood Transfusion, 1942; The Population Crisis and the Use of World Resources, 1964; Conflict Resolution and World Education, 1966, and Infectious Agents and Host Reactions, 1970

His books included Blood Substitutes and Blood Transfusion, 1942; The Population Crisis and the Use of World Resources, 1964; Conflict Resolution and World Education, 1966, and Infectious Agents and Host Reactions, 1970. Dr. Mudd graduated in 1916 from Princeton, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, earned an . degree at Washington University, St. Louis, in 1918 and an . degree at Harvard Medical School in 1920. In World War II, he worked on a technique for freezedryling blood plasma that was of great value in caring for wounded

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Humans and animals are continually being exposed to a variety of infectious agents, often become infected, but generally do not develop clinical disease. There are many factors that determine whether or not an infected host becomes ill; these include the virulence of the bacterium or parasite, the ability of the host defense mechanisms to control the infection, and exogenous or environmental conditions.

We have recently shown that syphilitic rabbits are resistant to challenge with Listeria monocytogenes. This resistance was thought to reflect stimulation of cell-mediated immunity by active infection with Treponema pallidum

We have recently shown that syphilitic rabbits are resistant to challenge with Listeria monocytogenes. This resistance was thought to reflect stimulation of cell-mediated immunity by active infection with Treponema pallidum. We now report data which show that the growth of Listeria was not suppressed in mice inoculated with T. pallidum. Re-inoculation with T, pallidum or with a large dose of an avirulent treponeme also failed to suppress the growth of Listeria.